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Teaching Math for Emergent Bilinguals: Building on Culture, Language, and Identity

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Ji-Yeong I, Iowa State University

Ricardo Martinez, Iowa State University 

Copyright Year: 2020

Publisher: Iowa State University

Language: English

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Table of Contents

1. Emergent Bilinguals in Math Class
2. Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy for/with Emergent Bilinguals
3. EB-focused Strategies and Challenging Tasks
4. Power & Participation of Mathematical Discussion
5. Translanguaging & Word Problems
6. Connecting Learned Mathematics to Emergent Bilingual Families and Community

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  • About the Book

    This book is designed for pre-service/in-service teachers and others who will work or work with K–12 students who have linguistically and culturally diverse backgrounds, especially students of other languages (English language learners/Emergent bilingual/multilingual). The core concept of this course is helping teachers understand the needs of various Emergent Bilinguals (a.k.a. English language learners (ELLs)/English Learners (ELs), learn to use their language and culture as a resource in mathematics classrooms and implement research-based instructional strategies that are effective to teach mathematics for Emergent Bilinguals.

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    Ji-Yeong I, Iowa State University 

    Ricardo Martinez, Iowa State University